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INCIDENT / ARREST REPORT
Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department
711 Jackson Avenue
Oxford, MS 38655

_X_ INCIDENT
___ Juvenile
___ Senior Citizen
___ Gang

___ ARREST
___ Child Abuse
___ Domestic
___ Involved Alcohol
CASE NUMBER:
004651-29J-2020
Date Reported:
10/29/2020
Time Reported:
8:53 PM
OFFENSE:
TBD
STATUTE:
___Committed
___ Attempted
OFFENSE:
STATUTE:
___Committed
___Attempted
OFFENSE:
STATUTE:
___Committed
___Attempted
Location of Offense(Exact address, include Room/ Apt. No.)
1421 South 10th Street
Oxford, Mississippi
Date of Offense:
10/29/2020
Time of Offense:
approx. 8:25 PM
Location of Arrest (Exact address, include Room/Apt. No.)
N/A
Date of Arrest:
N/A
Time of Arrest:
N/A
Reporting Officer:
Detective S. Murphy
Unit Number:
633
Assisting Officer:
Detective T. Armstrong
Unit Number:
615

 

 

 REPORTING OFFICER  Samantha Murphy  DATE REPORTED  10/30/2020
 REPORTING OFFICER  //Samantha Murphy
 Signature
 633
 Unit Number
 10/30/2020
 Date
 ASSISTING OFFICER  Ted Armstrong
 Signature
 615
 Unit Number
 10/30/2020
 Date

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Looks like he got hit in the aorta from what about 60 feet, or 20 yards roughly. Not too bad of a shot really.

  Thrasher
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hence the case name: perfect shot

  Dan West
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WOW!!!THATS SAD

  Jyana Cocks Ann
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It actually looks more like 30 + yards...even better shot..

  Thrasher
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Good shot indeed Thrasher. Could be well worth it for Detectives to look into, who is who, of the hunting world in Oxford.
Archery Clubs especially.

  daroo196
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Am I the only one feel this is a fake crime?

  Carter
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If it comes up with places search them up on Google Maps, because i don't think they will fake these.

  Clare
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This is a practice site, the site even says they aren't really real.

  Savannah
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He still probably could have survived if it wasn't to close to the heart. If it was to the leg or arm there could have been a possible chance that he would have survived and just had to have the arm or leg amputated.

  Clare
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It wasn't a direct shot from straight ahead, Probably from a high place, but not too high, or else the arrow end would be more towards his face

  Griffin Yellin
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I think that the killer was unable to purchase a gun- or had excellent archer skills put to use, the angle suggests the arrow was never an arch but a straight shot from a taller person. The arrow is pretty long suggesting a wide arm and shoulder...

I think that the killer was unable to purchase a gun- or had excellent archer skills put to use, the angle suggests the arrow was never an arch but a straight shot from a taller person. The arrow is pretty long suggesting a wide arm and shoulder length, I think it is a tall boy or an older man. Shot from not TOO far. The killer knew his schedule and took that to an advantage, relation is possible. The drop was hard and sudden, which means he was not struggling afterwards do o his clothes and witness, We are looking at probably a Man with talented archer skills or too young to purchase a gun, and (able to run from scene -far) he can relate to this victim.
That's what I think..?

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  Shi-Yeon
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Thanks, Turtle (and welcome!). I really appreciate you analysis here. The comment on "wide arms and shoulder length" based on the length of the arrow are enlightening. Thanks!

  lgillette
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What I don't understand is how if he fell after being shot, why there is no bleeding anywhere else on his body like from his head from him falling on the concrete. If he fell backward and landed like that there he should have hit his head or...

What I don't understand is how if he fell after being shot, why there is no bleeding anywhere else on his body like from his head from him falling on the concrete. If he fell backward and landed like that there he should have hit his head or somewhere else on his body where he would have been bleeding or have scrapes

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  Sammy
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Also how would he have fallen so perfectly, with both of his hands at his sides and his feet turned outward. Also how he lied perfectly on his back if he had been shot brutally enough to kill him

  Sammy
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Hello, sammy.o6

The victim fell to the ground on his side and was later moved into that position during first aid. Read interviews Angie Jennings and Cheryl Harris for more info. Moreover, the autopsy report covers further non-fatal injuries...

Hello, sammy.o6

The victim fell to the ground on his side and was later moved into that position during first aid. Read interviews Angie Jennings and Cheryl Harris for more info. Moreover, the autopsy report covers further non-fatal injuries sustained. The victim died from the wounds of the arrow.

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  Rob
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well its obvious it wasnt long since the guy died, also i say we look into victim's background and talk to people related

  Dan West
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there is high possibility of fingerprints on that arrow...
this looks like a pro hit or even hired gunman case for me..

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